Camperdown and District Historical Society Inc. Preserving and promoting Camperdown & district history.

Heritage Centre will reopen to visitors from Tuesday 24th Nov 2020 Social distancing rules in place, masks must be worn. Hand sanitization on entry and guest register in place. *See full guidelines on our facebook page. Group visits must be pre-booked and scheduled for alternative days.

Our volunteers can assist with research requests on your behalf. Click on “Research Facilities” and fill in the relevant form. We will do our best to help.

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Please note  our Heritage Centre has re-closed due to the worrying surge in COVID-19 cases in nearby areas. 

Need research assistance? Click on “Research Facilities” and fill in the relevant form. We will do our best to help.

Camperdown

Located in South West Victoria, Australia

Camperdown (pop. 3500)
is nestled in a picturesque volcanic landscape
and has many fine historic buildings.

The district has a fascinating history of
Aboriginal and European settlement.

Camperdown is famous for its Clock Tower
and beautiful Avenue of Elms.

Guided tours
 of our heritage centre,
historic Camperdown and district,
by arrangement.

To view historic photographs
of our district click here.

Activities (to be resumed when possible, as per health notices above).
Our Society members meet at least every second month at times and venues to best suit the occasion.

Our meetings feature some excellent guest speakers.

Regular field trips are held, sometimes to places rarely open to the general public.

Our Society also runs a ‘Heritage Centre’, featuring a museum and excellent research facilities.

Visitors are most welcome.

Events & Membership
To find out about coming events click here.
Interested in membership? For further information and membership application form click here.

To view the documents that are linked to this site you may need to install Adobe Reader PDF Reader – Free download.

 

 

Events & Membership
To find out about coming events click here.
Interested in membership? For further information and membership application form click here.

To view the documents that are linked to this site you may need to install Adobe Reader PDF Reader – Free download.